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Depict1 is a strange little Puzzle Platformer. It's...interesting. And that's all I'm going to say. See for yourself.
Almost had me with that level where the "spikes" first appear
I can't help but think that in the end it turns out I should have listened to the guy and I'm an awful person because I didn't
Edit: Yes, the feeling that I will feel bad when this is all over is getting stronger.
edited 7th Sep '10 11:27:23 AM by SirAd
I like the "boss" at the end.
Oh great, another innovative barebones flash platformer that questions the nature of player-game relations and following objectives and blahblah also, achievements in a flash game.
I stopped playing at missing piece. The one thing I did like is the level where pressing the switch dropped a box on your head and kiled you, that was a pretty cool centisecond.
Tried this right after Verge got popular. Screwed up and discovered the game wouldn't let me restart the level; decided not to go back to the beginning. Did give it an entry under Disobey This Message.
Edit: And Spikes of Doom; can't forget that.
edited 7th Sep '10 2:12:30 PM by feotakahari
^ Can't restart the level? Did you try hitting space?
^ I don't know about now, but in the version I was playing it didn't say what the correct controls were. You were supposed to figure out for yourself that they weren't the controls you were being told to use. If there was a restart key, I never learned about it. (Incidentally, I wound up just looking up the movement controls. Not giving those wasn't clever, it was bad design.)
edited 7th Sep '10 2:17:55 PM by feotakahari
Decent enough. Kind of short, and never really makes full use of it's mechanics, though. Nasty Difficulty Spike at the end, too.
I kinda liked it, but I'm a bit of a sucker for weird, "post-modern" games like this.
If we have pages for You Have To Burn The Rope and others why don't we make a page for this?
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